Story trailer released for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Activision has released the story trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This trailer will give you a glimpse at the game’s single-player campaign mode, so make sure to watch it if you are interested in it.

As its description reads, Captain Price and the SAS will partner alongside the CIA and the Urzikstani Liberation Force. Therefore, players will try to retrieve stolen chemical weapons. The heart-racing fight will take you from London to the Middle East and other global locations.

The new engine in Call of Duty Modern Warfare will feature the latest advancements in visual engineering. These include a physically-based material system allowing for state-of-the-art photogrammetry, a new hybrid tile based streaming system, new PBR decal rendering system, world volumetric lighting, 4K HDR, as well as a new GPU geometry pipeline.

Spectral rendering promises to deliver thermal heat radiation and infrared identification for both thermal and night-vision in-game imaging. Furthermore, the game will sport a cutting-edge animation system and blend shape system, as well as full Dolby ATMOS support, on supported platforms, along with the latest in audio simulation effects.

As we’ve already stated, the game will also support real-time ray tracing. Infinity Ward will be using ray tracing for the game’s shadows. Not only that, but the game will have uncapped framerates, FOV slider, advanced mouse settings & more on the PC.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare releases on October 25th.

Enjoy!

Official Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® – Story Trailer

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